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paul. as for new jersey governor chris christie, more republicans want him to run than not. 41% to 31%. and the poll says republicans have the edge in this year's midterms, 42% say they will back republicans in november. 39% say they'll back democrats. >>> senate votes on proposals to address military sexual assaults are likely within two weeks. and there are two competing democratic proposals, one from new york senator gillibrand and the other from mccaskill. gillibrand's calls for the investigation of crimes to be taken out of the military chain of command. but mccaskill's doesn't. and the federal judge rules texas's vote area proved ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional. the ban is still in place as the texas attorney general's office works on an appeal. >>> actors ben affleck and seth rogan from the big screen to capitol hill. affleck testifying on peace in the kongo and rogan with his mother-in-law's struggle with alzheimer's. he made light of the seriousness by joking about what really brought him there. >> i came here today for a few reasons. one, i'm a huge house of cards fa
of state. the judge said any laws that argue otherwise will violate the 14th amendment. >>> governor chris christie has just about had it with questions related to the lane closures on the george washington bridge. when asked recently about the activities of his staff, first he responded "what do you do, grab them by the ankles and shake them upside down until emails fall out of their pockets?" on a related note the audio of the 911 calls from the september bridge gridlock is set to be released this morning. >>> how many politicians who pledge to donate their salary to charity during the government shutdown actually kept their word? at least 116 of the 244 lawmakers who pledged have donated almost $500,000 to charity and government accounts, so i kind of guess 47% isn't too bad for a bunch of politicians. hmm? >>> president obama and vice president biden took part in the first lady's let's move campaign by taking a lap around the white house. >> mr. president, ready to move? >> absolutely. let's do this thing. let's move. ♪ >> after a good workout, got to pick up. otherwise we're going t
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